No start and theft light flashing, due to damaged wiring. on Ford Mustang

Average mileage: 128,818 (77,000–185,000)
7 model years affected: 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, more2006, 2007, 2011
10 people reported this problem
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Multiple times I have gone out to my car to start it and go somewhere and the theft light will be flashing and my battery will be dead.
the pins will pull out of the connector for the transceiver ring,the connector is under the dash right above where your shins are.the wires pull out due to tilting the steering wheel and not enough slack in the harness.
1999 Ford Mustang 132,000 mi,
I was unable to turn the ignition. The theft light is flashing. Unable to start car. Troubleshooting the problem to know how to fix it. Wiggly the steering column, and turning the wheels did not help.
2006 Ford Mustang 95,000 mi,
damaged wiring so trouble starting for no reason. replaced alternator, and battery and now still having trouble. can see battery cable connector is frayed.
car is dead and theft light flashes
Turn off t light come hard to. SStart
2000 Ford Mustang 155,091 mi,
My GT has an intermittent problem of driving varying lengths of time and weather conditions. It might restart with no problems for varying amounts of time or out of the blue, WHAMO!, or OH NO! in this case. There is no rhyme or reason for it that I've been able to find.
Won't start, won't turn over. Silent. Battery is holding 12v and anti theft symbol is flashing constantly.
2007 Ford Mustang 185,000 mi,
Not fixed. My car will turn over but not fire. Day before ran perfectly, then I started to install a remote starter and I think it messed things up. Pumps filter throttle body battery all new and good.